01 Sep Top Reasons to Visit Hawaii, the Paradise
Hawaii is a stunning tropical vacation destination unlike any other globally popular for its exotic vibe and amazing weather. There is plenty for everyone to enjoy, from its lovely white sand beaches to its breathtaking mountains and steep valleys to its metropolitan life! Here are some reasons to visit this paradise-
Polynesian immigrants came in Hawaii from the Marquesas Islands a thousand years or more before Columbus landed in the New World. Captain James Cook “found” Hawaii in 1778. King Kamehameha I united the Hawaiian Islands in 1795. Missionaries from New England arrived in the 1820s. The Hawaiian monarchy was ousted by government white ministers, planters, and businesspeople less than 100 years after Kamehameha I united the islands, establishing the Republic of Hawaii.
There is water where there are islands, and Hawaii provides a vast range of maritime activities to choose from. Hawaii features some of the top surfing, boogie boarding, and windsurfing places in the world for those who wish to ride the waves. Scuba diving, snorkeling, and the new trend, snuba, are all excellent options for those who enjoy getting under the sea. Beautiful reef fish, green sea turtles, Hawaiian monk seals, and even a few sharks can be found in Hawaii’s seas. Be cautious however you choose to enjoy the waters of Hawaii.
When it comes to vacationing, one of the most important factors to consider is the weather. The good news is that Hawaii has some of the world’s best weather. Despite the fact that the islands have a drier (summer) and a wetter (winter) season, the temperature remains largely constant throughout the year. While rain showers keep the islands green and lush, almost every island has a spot where the sun shines nearly every day of the year. The gentle breezes of the trade winds make for a lovely day in paradise when they blow.
You’re likely to find a beach in Hawaii that’s suitable for you and your family with over 750 miles of coast and over 400 identified beaches, all of which are public beaches. You can also choose the hue of your beach in Hawaii. There are beaches with white sand, black sand, yellow sand, red sand, and even a beach with green sand. Because ocean conditions can be unexpected, my best recommendation is to go to a lifeguard-protected beach if you wish to swim.
A single hotspot on the ocean’s floor formed each of the Hawaiian Islands. From Kure Atol in the northwest, near Midway, to Lo’ihi Seamount, the newest island forming off the southeast coast of Hawaii Island, the Big Island, the islands stretch over 1500 miles. As the islands move away from the hotspot, they leave behind traces of their volcanic past. Visitors visiting Kauai can take a helicopter tour inside the crater of Mt. Waialeale, which is one of the wettest places on the planet.